Triumph’s 2022 Speed Triple RR/RS Recalled Over Loose Rear Brake Disc Bolt 

910 Units ‘Potentially Affected’

A view of the Triumph Speed Triple RR and RS that are affected in a recall involving a loose disc brake
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If you were hoping to take your brand new Speed Triple RR out for a quick toss about the block before heading off to work, you might want to hold off for a hot minute until you read the recent recall we found. 

A view of the Triumph Speed Triple RR and RS that are affected in a recall involving a loose disc brake

A report from Motorsport Newswire has just detailed a recall for 2022 Speed Triple RS and RR models – and it’s a biggie. 

According to the recall, the fault is in a loose rear brake disc bolt that may hit against other parts of the bike, “preventing the wheel from rotating freely and increasing the risk of a crash.”

Here’s the original recall from NHTSA, if you’re wanting a closer gander. 

A view of the Triumph Speed Triple RR and RS that are affected in a recall involving a loose disc brake

In typical fashion, the UK’s largest motorcycle manufacturer has also issued that their dealers will “replace the rear brake disc bolts free of charge.”

Standby for updates on the schedule for recall notification, as it will likely be released soon. If you’d rather go through a more manual channel, Triumph’s customer service can be reached at 1-678-854-2010.

A view of the Triumph Speed Triple RR and RS that are affected in a recall involving a loose disc brake

Bikes Affected:2022 Speed Triple RR, 2022 Speed Triple RS

Triumph’s number for this recall: SRAN 596.

“Note: Owners may also contact the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration Vehicle Safety Hotline at 1-888-327-4236 (TTY 1-800-424-9153), or go to www.nhtsa.gov.”

A view of the Triumph Speed Triple RR and RS that are affected in a recall involving a loose disc brake

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